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Sports
6:37 am
Thu April 12, 2012

High School Standout Nerlens Noel Chooses Kentucky

Originally published on Fri April 13, 2012 10:22 am

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Around the Nation
4:00 am
Thu April 12, 2012

Zimmerman To Plead Not Guilty In Teen's Death

Originally published on Fri April 13, 2012 10:22 am

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It's MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Renee Montagne.

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And I'm Steve Inskeep.

The man who authorities said could not be charged with a crime will now face charges.

MONTAGNE: George Zimmerman is expected in court today in Sanford, Florida. Special prosecutor Angela Corey says she plans to charge him with second-degree murder for shooting an unarmed high school student.

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Law
4:00 am
Thu April 12, 2012

Justice Department Sues In E-book Price-Fixing Case

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The publishing business is still trying to absorb the news that the Justice Department is suing Apple and publishers for price fixing in the e-book market. Three publishers - Simon and Shuster, Harper Collins and Hachette - decided to settle the suit. But Apple, along with the companies Macmillan and Penguin, plan to fight the allegations. Here's NPR's Lynn Neary.

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Middle East
4:00 am
Thu April 12, 2012

Syrian Cease-Fire Appears To Be Holding

After months of relentless shelling and gunfire, activists in Syria reported a quieter daybreak Thursday, as a ceasefire arranged by U.N. special envoy Kofi Annan appeared to be largely holding.

Opposition figures said rebel fighters inside Syria would abide by the truce as long as the Syrian military does, while the government says its forces will return fire if attacked. Annan is hoping to progress from the cease-fire to getting humanitarian assistance into the country, and eventually to political negotiations.

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Business
4:00 am
Thu April 12, 2012

Business News

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NPR's business news starts with a big fine for Johnson & Johnson.

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INSKEEP: So much for no more tears. A judge in Arkansas ordered the company most famous for its baby shampoo to by more than a billion dollars in fines yesterday over its marketing for a very different product. That would be an antipsychotic drug, Risperdal.

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